Following the completion of her pupillage Louise become a full member of chambers in August 2016.
Louise has experience in representing parents in private disputes concerning child contact issues and is frequently instructed in all stages of care proceedings. She has been instructed to represent local authorities, parents, grandparents and children in emergency applications for Interim Care Orders through to final hearings.
Prior to joining Chambers Louise worked for eastlaw
, the in-house legal team for North Norfolk District Council, advising on a wide range of matters. She has regularly been instructed by both councils and housing associations on various matters of local government law such as housing, anti-social behaviour, licensing and planning.
Louise continues to regularly appear in the County Court on a range of different matters and has produced written work in employment law and planning.
Louise continues to appear in the Magistrates’ Court both prosecuting and defending trials. She has also represented prisoners at numerous Parole Board hearings.